What does a Grub do to my Lawn?
What is a grub and what does it do to my lawn? Is it harmful?
The larval forms of beetles, grubs live in the soil and feed on plant roots. A grub-damaged lawn usually shows large, irregular sections of brown turf that detach easily from the soil. Grubs are most effectively treated in late summer or early fall, before they mature.
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